Launching untraceable US dollar-pegged cryptocurrency with transaction privacy..
The privacy of transactions comes at the cost of the transactions not being visible at all to any regulatory bodies. This paper aims to resolve this problem by allowing some authorized participants to view the transactions, while at the same time maintaining the privacy of the transactions from other regular users, including the validators.
In this paper, we discuss a solution that enables patient-driven interoperability of medical records on a public blockchain while maintaining privacy using new cryptographic constructs and truly giving up control to the general public.
In this blog, we argue that there is no point of storing the entire transaction log from the genesis in each validating node of a blockchain. We discuss on the following points - 1. Is it necessary to store the entire transaction log to validate transactions? 2. Is it more secure to store the transaction log than not storing it? 3. Is it possible to incentivize the validator nodes to store the log?
This paper proposes use of blockchain based decentralized application to enable IoT edge processing. It explains architectural components and overall solution for the usecase of video analytics at edge.
Enabling a banking service on app/cloud that automates user wealth, expenses, payments, documents, and philanthropy
A decentralized application (DApp) is a computer application that runs on a distributed computing system.
Blockchain BFT protocols provide a better way of achieving block consensus than the proof of work used in Bitcoin.
Any blockchain must organize the transactions in a linear order of the time of their execution, which may be different from their time of submission.